Commentary

by John S. Perilloux


22 Aug 2017 - Obviously the man we saw on the stage last night was not the Donald Trump we voted in. What we saw was someone reading a prepared speech, calculated to fool the right and mollify the left. We read this morning that the speech met the approval of Paul Ryan, Crazy John McCain and Nancy Graham. Do we need more proof that the establishment has won and we are the losers? Meanwhile, the war will continue, the 2,257 American deaths there will continue to rise, the 3/4 of a trillion dollars we have already spent on that unwinnable war will soon become one trillion dollars, and in the end we will leave there with nothing to show for those thousands of deaths and more than $1 trillion wasted.


17 Aug 2017 - At the close of the Constitutional Convention in 1787, as the delegates left the building, a Mrs. Powel of Philadelphia asked Benjamin Franklin, “Well, Doctor, what have we got?”
With no hesitation, Franklin replied, “A republic, if you can keep it.”
The Republic stands on very shaky ground today. The news and entertainment media are united in their opposition to President Trump. Governors, mayors and police chiefs are silent and refuse to take action while armed thugs attack lawful gatherings, riot, destroy and set fire to property, both public and private. Free speech has come to be a right for only one side in this war of ideologies, and now we have three citizens who have managed to garner some semblance of political fame coming down on the side of the fascists who call themselves "Antifa". Half-crazy John McCain, Mitt Romney, who was left at the altar, and little Marco Rubio who would sell his soul to be President of the United States have apparently formed the nucleus of "Republicans for Antifa". None of the three has a chance of ever becoming more than what they are today - mouthpieces for the destroyers of America who will never get what they want most from Republican voters.


16 Aug 2017 - There SHOULD be class action suits against the city of New Orleans, Mayor Landrieu and all his assistants involved in the recent flooding of large portions of New Orleans. When 250 Norco individuals and businesses filed a class action suit against St.Charles Parish after they were flooded, an ad hoc judge ruled that St. Charles Parish was not responsible, a decision that was upheld by the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals. Technically they were partially right, since the flooding was caused by the KCS Railroad and the Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development, both of whom have STILL not removed bottlenecks that prevented rainwater from draining out of Norco fast enough. However, the parish was not completely blameless, since once the water got north of the bottleneck at US-61 other problems still prevented the water from getting to the pumps fast enough. This happened in 2004, and 13 years later all the above-mentioned problems still exist and the parish officials are still not trying to remedy the problems.
In the case of New Orleans, Landrieu and his highly overpaid assistants bear direct responsibility for the flooding. New Orleans received billions of taxpayer dollars after Hurricane Katrina to remedy problems that caused flooding of almost the entire city. We were told that the new levees and new pumps would ensure against future problems of this kind. A rainstorm exposed the lack of leadership and supervision required to keep the citizens of New Orleans safe. Most of the pumps were in a state of disrepair and unable to even be started. Some were able to run, but at greatly diminished capacity due to a lack of sufficient electrical power. Some were down completely for repairs, this almost in the heart of hurricane season. How can anyone say that the city, the mayor and his assistants are not responsible?


17 Dec 2003 - A previous Democrat loser, posing as a tank gunner, and a future Democrat loser, the tallest midget in America, posing as a construction worker.

     

Meanwhile, in the Democrat presidential contest, Al Sharpton leads John Kerry, the French-looking Vietnam veteran, 5% to 4%. ROFLMAO.


16 Dec 2003 - VATICAN CITY (Reuters) - A top Vatican official said Tuesday he felt pity and compassion for Saddam Hussein and criticized the U.S. military for showing video footage of him being treated "like a cow."
The news conference was called for Cardinal Renato Martino to present the World Day of Peace message, in which Pope John Paul took a swipe at the United States for invading Iraq without the backing of the United Nations.

What the Pope should be taking a swipe at are the homosexuals, pedophiles and other sexual deviants in his church who are preying on young children and others.


14 Dec 2003 - Famous quotes
December,1944 - Bastogne, Belgium - Brig. Gen. Anthony C. McAuliffe , U.S. Army -
"Nuts"

December, 2003 - Tikrit, Iraq - Major Brian Reed, U.S. Army -
"President Bush sends his regards."


14 Dec 2003 - The ace of spades - captured like a rat in a hole by troops of the 4th Infantry Division, U.S. Army.
"President Bush sends his regards."

                            
"Ace"
aka Saddam Hussein


10 Dec 2003 - The Democrat circus gets more amusing by the day. Here is the latest act from the big tent:
Wesley Clark said he has not ruled out Hillary Clinton as his running mate if he wins the Democrat presidential nomination.
First, Wesley Clark does not have the slightest chance of winning the nomination, despite having been promoted to "front runner" by the liberal news media within ten minutes of announcing his candidacy. Clark, after seeking guidance from Madonna and other Hollywood figures of equal intelligence and morals, is no longer even a blip on the Democrat radar screen.
Second, Hillary Clinton's ego, bigger even than her ankles, would never allow her to even consider such an offer from Wesley Clark, who, after all, was put into this race by the Clintons merely to roil up the Democrat party.
Then there are Howard Dean and Al Gore in Harlem, Slick Willie's territory, announcing that Gore will support Dean for the nomination. Yep, Harlem. I wonder what Al Sharpton has to say about that?


5 Dec 2003 - The next time you hear Peter Jennings sneeringly say "since President Bush declared an end to major combat," think of the following:
Since President Bush declared an end to major combat on May 1...the first battalion of the new Iraqi Army has graduated and is on active duty.
Since President Bush declared an end to major combat on May 1... over 60,000 Iraqis now provide security to their fellow citizens.
Since President Bush declared an end to major combat on May 1...nearly all of Iraq's 400 courts are functioning.
Since President Bush declared an end to major combat on May 1... the Iraqi judiciary is fully independent.
Since President Bush declared an end to major combat on May 1...on Monday, October 6 power generation hit 4,518 megawatts - exceeding the prewar average.
Since President Bush declared an end to major combat on May 1...all 22 universities and 43 technical institutes and colleges are open, as are nearly all primary and secondary schools.
Since President Bush declared an end to major combat on May 1, by October 1, Coalition forces had rehabbed over 1,500 schools - 500 more than their target.
Since President Bush declared an end to major combat on May 1... teachers earn from 12 to 25 times their former salaries.
Since President Bush declared an end to major combat on May 1...all 240 hospitals and more than 1200 clinics are open.
Since President Bush declared an end to major combat on May 1...doctors' salaries are at least eight times what they were under Saddam.
Since President Bush declared an end to major combat on May 1...pharmaceutical distribution has gone from essentially nothing to 700 tons in May to a current total of 12,000 tons.
Since President Bush declared an end to major combat on May 1...the Coalition has helped administer over 22 million vaccination doses to Iraq's children.
Since President Bush declared an end to major combat on May 1...a Coalition program has cleared over 14,000 kilometers of Iraq's 27,000 kilometers of weed-choked canals. They now irrigate tens of thousands of farms. This project has created jobs for more than 100,000 Iraqi men and women.
Since President Bush declared an end to major combat on May 1...we have restored over three-quarters of prewar telephone services and over two-thirds of the potable water production.
Since President Bush declared an end to major combat on May 1... there are 4,900 full-service connections. We expect 50,000 by January first.
Since President Bush declared an end to major combat on May 1...the wheels of commerce are turning. From bicycles to satellite dishes to cars and trucks, businesses are coming to life in all major cities and towns.
Since President Bush declared an end to major combat on May 1...95 percent of all prewar bank customers have service and first-time customers are opening accounts daily.
Since President Bush declared an end to major combat on May 1... Iraqi banks are making loans to finance businesses.
Since President Bush declared an end to major combat on May 1...the central bank is fully independent.
Since President Bush declared an end to major combat on May 1... Iraq has one of the world's most growth-oriented investment and banking laws.
Since President Bush declared an end to major combat on May 1... Iraq (has) a single, unified currency for the first time in 15 years.
Since President Bush declared an end to major combat on May 1...satellite dishes are legal.
Since President Bush declared an end to major combat on May 1...foreign journalists aren't on 10-day visas paying mandatory and extortionate fees to the Ministry of Information for "minders" and other government spies.
Since President Bush declared an end to major combat on May 1... there is no Ministry of Information.
Since President Bush declared an end to major combat on May 1...there are more than 170 newspapers.
Since President Bush declared an end to major combat on May 1... you can buy satellite dishes on what seems like every street corner.
Since President Bush declared an end to major combat on May 1... foreign journalists and everyone else are free to come and go.
Since President Bush declared an end to major combat on May 1...a nation that had not one single element - legislative, judicial or executive-- of a representative government, does.
Since President Bush declared an end to major combat on May 1...in Baghdad alone residents have selected 88 advisory councils. Baghdad's first democratic transfer of power in 35 years happened when the city council elected its new chairman.
Since President Bush declared an end to major combat on May 1...today in Iraq chambers of commerce, business, school and professional organizations are electing their leaders all over the country.
Since President Bush declared an end to major combat on May 1... 25 ministers, selected by the most representative governing body in Iraq's history, run the day-to-day business of government.
Since President Bush declared an end to major combat on May 1...the Iraqi government regularly participates in international events. Since July the Iraqi government has been represented in over two dozen international meetings, including those of the UN General Assembly, the Arab League, the World Bank and IMF and, today, the Islamic Conference Summit. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs today announced that it is reopening over 30 Iraqi embassies around the world.
Since President Bush declared an end to major combat on May 1...Shia religious festivals that were all but banned, aren't. Since President Bush declared an end to major combat on May 1... for the first time in 35 years, in Karbala thousands of Shiites celebrate the pilgrimage of the 12th Imam.
Since President Bush declared an end to major combat on May 1...the Coalition has completed over 13,000 reconstruction projects, large and small, as part of (a) strategic plan for the reconstruction of Iraq.
Since President Bush declared an end to major combat on May 1...Uday and Queasy are dead - and no longer feeding innocent Iraqis to his zoo lions, raping the young daughters of local leaders to force cooperation, torturing Iraq's soccer players for losing games...murdering critics.
Since President Bush declared an end to major combat on May 1...children aren't imprisoned or murdered when their parents disagree with the government.
Since President Bush declared an end to major combat on May 1...political opponents aren't imprisoned, tortured, executed, maimed, or forced to watch their families die for disagreeing with Saddam.
Since President Bush declared an end to major combat on May 1...millions of long-suffering Iraqis no longer live in perpetual terror.
Since President Bush declared an end to major combat on May 1...Saudis will hold municipal elections.
Since President Bush declared an end to major combat on May 1... Qatar is reforming education to give more choices to parents.
Since President Bush declared an end to major combat on May 1... Jordan is accelerating market economic reforms.
Since President Bush declared an end to major combat on May 1... the Nobel Peace Prize was awarded for the first time to an Iranian -- a Muslim woman who speaks out with courage for human rights, for democracy and for peace.
Since President Bush declared an end to major combat on May 1...he has not faltered or failed.
Since President Bush declared an end to major combat on May 1...Saddam is gone.
Since President Bush declared an end to major combat on May 1... Iraq is free.
Since President Bush declared an end to major combat on May 1...None of this information has been published by the press corps that prides itself on bringing you all the news that's important. Iraq under US lead control has come farther in 6 months than Germany did in 7 years or Japan did in 9 years following WWII. Military deaths from fanatic Nazi's, Japanese and their supporters numbered in the thousands and lasted for over 3.5 years after victory was declared.
It took the US over 4 months to clear away the twin tower debris, let alone attempt to build something else in its place. Think for a moment! If everyone in the City of New York went on a rampage and looted every store, museum, office building, hospital and home. Stole everything that had any value at all such as light fixtures, water pipes, power lines, telephone cords, copper tubing or line wherever it was found, and damaged or destroyed everything it was connected to. How long would it take for non-english speaking asian soldiers to repair everything back to order and how much cooperation do you think they would get? How much would it cost? Now add in the fact that they are also responsible for accidentally killing some of your relatives during their attempt to help you. Take in to account that they are creating a new form of government that no one is used to and that changes the way you have been raised your entire life. Take in to account that the other English speaking countries of the world are against the new government that is being established. Take into account that almost every democrat leader in the House and Senate has fought President Bush on just about every aspect of his handling of this country's war and reconstruction and continues to claim what a failure this conflict has been.
Taking everything into consideration, even the unfortunate loss of our sons and daughters in this conflict, do you think anyone else in the world could have accomplished as much as the United States and the Bush administration in so short a period of time?


1 Dec 2003 - The newest Democrat presidential candidate, General Wesley Clark, is spending late nights talking politics with Madonna. Clark has spent much of the past month seeking out the late-night company of west coast rock stars, screen idols and movie producers. After a 90-minute policy discussion with Madonna in her Los Angeles home recently, a friend of the star was authorised to disclose that "Madonna was very impressed with Gen Clark's intelligence and his vision for America".
Well, so much for Wesley Clark's qualifications to be President of the United States. Here is a retired Army general who has to pander to the likes of Madonna and similar Hollywood trash to try to get his campaign going. It doesn't say much for his intelligence level, does it?


17 Nov 2003 - Bobby Jindal appears to be very bright and very intelligent, but he seems to be a slow learner.
After losing the Louisiana gubernatorial election to the Democrat candidate, Jindal was asked if he would change anything if he had to do it over again. His reply of "No" indicates that he hasn't yet learned that if you're going to associate with pigs you have to get down in the mud and wallow with them.
The Democrat candidate, 10 days before election day, began airing a number of deceiving ads about Jindal's record in Louisiana and in Washington. Jindal chose not to reply to those ads, rather than wallowing in the mud with the pigs, and it cost him the election. The 10-point lead that he enjoyed ten days before the election evaporated and he lost, 52% to 48%.
Lesson - If you're going to run against a Democrat, be prepared to wallow in the mud with the pigs. It applies at the local, state and national levels.


14 Nov 2003 -Democrat Dirty Tricks
St. Charles Parish President Punk Laque, running for reelection, has stooped to a level we have come to expect from Democrat candidates in the closing days of an election.
With only three days left before the election, Laque mailed to St. Charles Parish residents a list of Parish Council votes allegedly cast by his opponent, Republican Dee Abadie, leaving no time for Mrs. Abadie to refute or reply to this mailout.
The day after that piece of junk mail arrived in my mail box, I received another piece of junk mail from the councilman representing my district in which he endorsed Laque for Parish President. That piece of junk mail followed the junk mail from the previous day into the round file and I intend to cast my vote for Mrs. Abadie as Parish President. St. Charles Parish needs new leadership, not the same old expensive and possibly dishonest crony-style of politics we have had here forever.


A face that even a mother couldn't love.
Feminazi of the week.


2 Nov 2003 - Democrats on the road -
"I would rather be the candidate of the NAACP than the NRA," - John Kerry
What this long-nosed yankee is really saying is that he doesn't want the vote of any white man living south of New Jersey. He won't get mine. Ever.
"I don't want to be the candidate for guys with Confederate flags in their pickup trucks," - Richard Gephardt
He's not my candidate, and won't be. Ever.
"The Confederate flag flies in the face of our most deeply held American values - diversity, equality and inclusion." - Wesley Clark
This new Democrat learns fast. He's already gotten all the liberal buzz words down pat - diversity, equality, inclusion (snicker)
"It is irresponsible and reckless to loosely talk about one of the most divisive, hurtful symbols in American history." - Joseph Lieberman
Well, harrumph!!
"Defeating Bush is the central focus of my life; a matter of life and death." - George Soros, billionaire leftist who has contributed more than $15.5 million to various groups and individuals in a nearly-hysterical effort to defeat President George W. Bush in the 2004 presidential election.
So much for John McCain's and Russ Feingold's "campaign reform."


2 Jul 2003 - President Bush has gotten into the same rut as Slick Willie was in when it comes to sending American troops all over the world to interfere in the politics and policies of other countries.
First it was Afghanistan, then Iraq and now Liberia. Liberia is apparently to convince black voters he "feels their pain."
I don't believe the President of the United States should be the sole arbiter of which governments should stand and which should be overthrown.
I am glad I retired from the military before it became popular for American presidents to assign American troops all over the world to provide political advantage for themselves, rather than to protect American interests.


27 Jun 2003 - The politically correct are at it again, this time at the Custer Battlefield National Monument in Montana, now renamed Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument. A memorial was dedicated on 25 June 2003 to the Indians who were killed at the Battle of the Little Bighorn. The Indian Memorial was authorized by Congress and signed into law on 10 December 1991 by then-President George Bush.
This is comparable to erecting a memorial at Ford Island, Hawaii, to the Japanese who were killed during the attack on Pearl Harbor.
When LtCol George Armstrong Custer and his men were massacred at the Battle of the Little Bighorn on 25 June 1876, they were carrying out the policy of the United States government, under the orders of the President of the United States. They were engaged in battle against enemies of the United States.
To erect a memorial in commemoration of the Indians at this site (http://www.pbase.com/image/1059067) is a national disgrace and a dishonor to Custer and his officers and men.


7 June 2003 - "If we invade Iraq, there's a United Nations estimate that says, 'There will be up to a half a million people killed or wounded.'" - Janeane Garofalo

This clown should stick with what she knows best, which is......being a clown.


6 June 2003 - But the people who faced the most egregious penalties, as a portion of their income, were the working poor, according to tax expert Edward McCaffery , a law professor at the University of Southern California and the author of “Taxing Women.” A couple who each earn $10,000 could end up with a marriage penalty of more than $4,000.

I wonder how many people read this and believed it? Do you know any couples who earned $20,000 and paid any income tax? I would bet my last dollar that this law professor is an ultraliberal who can't understand why that couple isn't getting an $8,000 tax rebate from the IRS.


3 June 2003 - At a time when the Israeli government has agreed to the right of Palestinians to statehood, most Muslims surveyed believe that the needs of Palestinians cannot be met so long as the state of Israel exists. In other words, most Muslims believe that Israel should be eliminated.
One of the mad-dog Muslims in the United States referred to Judaism several years ago as a "gutter religion."
Now I ask you, which religion is the gutter religion?


31 May 2003 - A federal appeals court Friday upheld a South Carolina dairy's firing of a mechanic who displayed Confederate flag stickers on his toolbox.

Former employees of the Orleans Parish district attorney’s office filed a discrimination suit against District Attorney Eddie Jordan Friday. Over forty people who were terminated shortly after Jordan took office in January of 2003 claim that he fired mostly Caucasians and replaced them almost entirely with African-Americans.
This is the same Eddie Jordan who prosecuted white politicians when he was a U.S. Attorney but refused to prosecute Cleo Fields, black.

Is it time for white people to start rioting, burning and looting yet?


23 May 2003 - SARS, mad cow disease, legalized homosexual "marriages" and an unfriendly government. Reasons enough to stay out of Canada.

22 May 2003 - Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge said Thursday that unmanned drone aircraft may begin patrolling the Mexican border. Guess which political party is going to object.

21 May 2003 - We've seen President Bush in his uniform. Now, Senator Robert Byrd (D-KKK) should show us a picture of himself in his former uniform.

19 May 2003 - I think FOX News should drop Greta Whatevuh and hire Joe Scarborough away from MSNBC. Give Greta back to CNN. They deserve her.


8 May 2003 - The Paper, Allied-Industrial, Chemical and Energy Workers International Union (PACE) today announced its support of a shareholder resolution to be voted on at this year's ExxonMobil shareholders meeting asking shareholders to approve the establishment of separate CEO and chairman positions concurrently held by one person.
ExxonMobil has become the target of numerous environmental, human rights, gay/lesbian and labor groups. A boycott of ExxonMobil is in place in France and other European countries.


I'm an ExxonMobil shareholder and I'll be voting against that proposal.
Those boycotters, and their fellow-travelers, really have a dilemma. They hate all the oil companies, and anyone else who has 50 cents more than they have. Which gasoline will they buy? Maybe Fidel Castro will start up a refinery for them. He could name it Castro Oil. LOL.


The entire Arab world is in mourning over the dismantling of the Saddam Hussein regime by the U.S military. It's obvious that they all believed the bluster coming from Saddam and his propaganda minister. They not only believed it, but they all fervently hoped that the U.S. would be dealt a crushing, humiliating defeat. France, Germany, Russia, several members of the Democrat party, most of the U.S. news media and most of the world news media also hoped for the same results.

In 1991, the U. S. military cut through Saddam's army like a sharp scythe through a wheat field. It was even easier this time.

The Washington Post, on the same side as all those mentioned above, frequently refers to our "friends" in the Middle East, such as Egypt and Saudi Arabia. They may be friends of the Washington Post, but they're certainly no friends of the United States. Here's a sample of Egyptian "friendliness:"
"In Egypt, anger over the war remains undiminished, as does the expectation that the fighting is not going to end anytime soon. The editors of Al-Ahram Weekly in Cairo declare that 'the heroic resistance of the Iraqi people continues. The contemptuous brushing aside of the UN and the shameless negation of its role as a forum for resolving international disputes has set a dangerous precedent. The world will not easily forget the manner in which the US and Britain sidelined the UN, nor will it forgive the disastrous repercussions.'"

What is this "heroic resistance" the Egyptians are prattling about? Is it the use of hospitals, schools and civilian hotels by the Iraqi army? Is it the use of pregnant women as shields for Saddam's cowards? Is this what Egyptians consider "heroic?"

Egypt is very selective as to which UN recommendations should be obeyed. On February 6, 1950, King Farouk of Egypt ordered the Suez Canal closed to Israeli shipping. On September 1, 1951, the Security Council ordered Egypt to open the Suez Canal to Israeli shipping. Egypt refused to comply. In 1956, Israel decided it would reopen the canal itself. Egypt and a number of its Arab allies went to war against Israel. Little Israel, only in the 8th year of its existence, administered the same type of whipping to the Arabs and Egyptians then as the U. S. gave twice to Saddam. In 1967, Israel again had to go to war, in self defense, against all of Arabia plus Egypt. Nasser of Egypt,  fancying himself as much more important and powerful than he really was, proclaimed, "As of today, there no longer exists an international emergency force to protect Israel. We shall exercise patience no more. We shall not complain any more to the UN about Israel. The sole method we shall apply against Israel is total war, which will result in the extermination of Zionist existence."

On May 20, Syrian Defense Minister Hafez Assad said, "Our forces are now entirely ready not only to repulse the aggression, but to initiate the act of liberation itself, and to explode the Zionist presence in the Arab homeland. The Syrian army, with its finger on the trigger, is united....I, as a military man, believe that the time has come to enter into a battle of annihilation."

In a mere six days, Israel wiped them all out, showing up the Russian-built airplanes and tanks and the poor training of the Egyptians and Arabs. The Arabs talk a good fight, but they are only good at terrorist bombings.

Americans should take a good look at who was with us and who was against us in this war and take that into account when shopping, traveling and voting. There is not one Arab country which is a friend of the United States, and France, Germany, Canada and Russia have demonstrated that they aren't either. The U. S. should turn west at Baghdad and not stop until it reaches Damascus.


This was their finest hour

Baghdad, Iraq - 7 April 2003


5 Apr 2000
Peter Arnett, fired by NBC earlier this week for giving an interview to state-run Iraqi television, is reporting for pan-Arab satellite channel Al-Arabiya, the station said Saturday.
''He (Arnett) is an able reporter who has covered wars before and who knows Iraq well,'' the Dubai-based station's editor-in-chief Salah Nejm told The Associated Press.
''I think he is unbiased and has a lot of experience,'' Nejm said.

If Al-Arabiya thought Arnett were "unbiased," you could bet your last dollar they would never have hired him. Al-Arabiya and every other Arab news organization is 100% anti-American. Arnett was hired only because of his treasonous, anti-American reporting.


2 Apr 2003

This is the ordures that the New York Times and CNN continue to refer to as "an ally."

French smear Brit dead

French daubed a swastika and vile anti-war slurs at a cemetery for 11,000 British troops. The showpiece cenotaph at the graveyard in Northern France was smeared in red paint with the words: “Dig up your rubbish. It’s fouling our soil.”

Other slogans at the Etaples cemetery near Boulogne included “Death to the Yankees” and “Saddam Hussein will win and spill your blood.”

And the vandals wrote “Rosbeefs go home” — the French insult for Brits is roast-beefs. Prime Minister Tony Blair and US President George Bush were also branded war criminals.

Roy Hemmington — spokesman for the Commonwealth War Graves Commission — said: “We are deeply offended. This is the strongest language and most vile graffiti I have witnessed at a war graves cemetery. “The suggestion that the bodies of soldiers who died for France should be dug up is particularly foul.”

Most soldiers buried at the cemetery were defending France at the Somme and Ypres during World War I. Another 122 are troops who died fighting the Nazis in World War II. Among the dead are a winner of the Victoria Cross, 217 holders of the Military Medal and 69 holders of the Military Cross. A number had been awarded France’s top military decoration, the Legion d’Honneur.

Roy added: “Almost every British regiment has war dead here. This insults just about the entire British Army.”

Anti-British feeling has been whipped up in France since President Jacques Chirac refused to let the UN back action against Iraq.

The shocking news comes as a new poll reveals that a third of the French want SADDAM to win the war. A massive 78 per cent of 1,000 people in the poll by French newspaper Le Monde disapproved of the Allied action.


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